I live in an independent country, but sometimes I don’t personally feel independent. It seems like the slow rate of scientists to accept new and natural forms of medicine can prevent people from getting the care they need and deserve. The feeling of being in need, having a natural cure or remedy, and not being able to get it is a terrible one. Hopefully you never have to experience it.
When you’re put in such a dire situation, you have a choice to make. You have to choose between becoming a criminal in the eyes of the law, or letting your health deteriorate without a snowball’s chance in hell of recovering just so you can remain a law abiding citizen. For some, it’s their darkest moment as their identity is shattered in a dimly lit parking lot, doing an illegal drug deal. For others, they die with their pride because they were a good lawful citizen. This is a personal decision and nobody can make it for you. You’re not wrong if you decide to self-medicate and you’re not wrong if you don’t. You may be in violation of the law, but the variance of marijuana laws from state to state should tell you that it isn’t wrong to use marijuana. It’s illegal in some places, but it’s not amoral. That’s an important distinction to make. Luckily, there’s another cannabinoid that is taking on a larger role in the medicinal cannabis scene.
CBD Growing In Popularity
It’s not exactly marijuana, but it’s close enough that it still can do a miraculous job for people in need. I’m talking about cannabidiol, the second most well-researched cannabinoid. You may know it by the more commonly used term, CBD, or you may have never heard of it at all. It’s not like marijuana but at the same time it is very much like marijuana. It won’t get you high because CBD doesn’t have any psychoactive properties which is probably why it isn’t as popular or well-researched as THC. We have a propensity for looking at life through a negative lens.
CBD can be used for a number of different reasons, including breast cancer and various types of pain, but none of the uses have yet been approved by the FDA. Even though there are thousands of people blogging online and sharing their personal experience with various companies, that isn’t enough for a lot of doctors and agencies to bat an eye. Prestigious scientific communities are notoriously slow to accept natural forms of medicines or supplements. I’m not going to speculate as to why, but they just are. Some doctors have gone as far as to say there is no proof of CBD being effective. Not all doctors and scientists hold that view, but enough do to make you wonder why they seem so adamantly against something that has virtually no downside. They’re quick to recommend a prescription drug with too many side effects to accurately count, but wouldn’t dare think to tell someone to take the prescription and CBD because some people say it helps. Would that be too much to ask for? It seems that being open to using natural herbs and plants in your daily regimens is looked at as quack-ish. This line of thinking needs to be abolished.